is suffering but surviving his latest stunt, spending 60 hours hanging upside down over New York's Central Park. At the half way stage on Tuesday, Blaine had complained of the pressure of blood rushing towards his head - which doctors had warned could blind him.
But the surgeon advising the illusionist insisted he was coping well.
Massimo Napolitano - the chief of vascular surgery at New Jersey's Hackensack University Medical Center - said, "Everything looks good, the blood pressure looks normal. He's doing very well considering that now it's been about 29 hours that he's been hanging upside down. His vital signs are fine. He's in very good spirits. All his organs are working well."
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